American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Key, Francis Scott 1779-1843. American lawyer and poet who wrote "Defense of Fort M'Henry” after witnessing the British attack on Fort McHenry at Baltimore on September 13-14, 1814. The poem was set to the music of an 18th-century tune called "To Anacreon in Heaven,” renamed "The Star-Spangled Banner,” and in 1931 was adopted by Congress as the national anthem.
- n. A surname.
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“If you've been paying attention to what's going on in the world, stress is becoming the key thing," said Key, who also sometimes plays live music during yoga classes in the area.”
“Tree1, Val is the value associated with this key, and, where Key is the smallest key in”
“Throughout the article and the code, the term Key refers to that portion of an Item's Path with the Path of the”
“I wish I'd gotten to it sooner, because to date, Duma Key is my favorite Stephen King book.”
“Of the two books, I really think that Duma Key is the stronger, smoother book.”
“Regardless, Duma Key is a welcome return of the great horror writer, with an extra development of character and setting that King seems to have discovered in his later years, making this book one of his best, and one of my personal favorites.”
“He founded Havana, which he called the Key of the New World, and which is said to rank as the eighth place in the hierarchy of commercial cities.”
“PREPARATORY to the further investigation of this important subject, it is proper for the reader to understand and become skilled in the use of what I call the Key to the Inquiry, which said”
“McCain spoke at the March 25 meeting about what he called Key's poor judgment.”
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